Raquel Busa is a successful business owner with a very engaged family life and an artistic mind, she also is an outspoken advocate of diversity, and an accomplished marathon runner. But none of that was handed to her easily.
“New York: Past & Present”: Uli Balß’s immigrant grandfather documented NYC before going back to Germany
How letters from 1928 became a testimonial relevant for burning questions of our times.
Where are you from? That’s a tough question for Marc Seago, who runs Grand Bazaar NYC. In this interview, he talks about the flea market, of course, but he also reveals what it means to have grown up abroad. Plus, you’ll learn how both of us once struggled with our hairstyles (well, to be more precise, other people did).
I had a few questions about the three rhinos in Astor Place. So I asked the artists, Gillie and Marc. Read what’s behind their sculpture – and how they view NYC.
Jessica Bowen uses New York City. Literally. Read how she found a way to extract herself from the rat race that comes with living in the city we love.
Everyone’s invited to pick what’s growing on Mary Mattingly’s project Swale. I wanted to know how that can possibly work – and why this garden is floating on the waters of New York.
You think the fact that Robin Nagle is an antropologist at the New York Department of Sanitation is curious? Then wait until you read what she has to say.